Taal Volcano, A Permanent Danger Zone

@knicnax (2233)
June 7, 2010 11:03pm CST
I didn't notice that there were 2 threads for the Philippines, anyway, I found out that Taal is recently active. PhilVolcs delared it as a permanent danger zone. You can read the philvolcs article here: http://www.phivolcs.dost.gov.ph/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=372&Itemid=26&utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter What are your views about this?
4 responses
@grayxenon (1313)
• Philippines
8 Jun 10
taal like mt. mayon has always been an active volcano. they are closely monitored by the philvocs, let us hope that the tantrums of this volcanoes will not escalate as we all know volcanic eruptions are one of the most destructive force of nature.
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• United States
8 Jun 10
Wow a permanent danger zone? I wouldn't be too quick to say "end of the world." The world's tectonic plates are moving around hence all this activity. While it can be freaky, all we have to do is hope and pray for the best (and for the safety of all the fishing communities who live at the mouth of Taal Lake!)
8 Jun 10
Problem is volcano's historically have always been a permanent danger zone. They are unpredictable and with the current movement in world plates its very likely more things are likely to happen like Iceland.
@ericpapasit (1275)
• Philippines
8 Jun 10
End of the world? it is a warning friend that we should be prepared